The 2016 Junction Night Market is happening this Saturday, July 16th, 2016!
Join us on Saturday, July 16th from 7:00 – 11:00 pm at Pacific Avenue, just north Dundas Street West, for an evening of fabulous local food, craft beer, cider and wine in the Junction! Tickets will be sold on site. Beer, cider, wine and food is only $5.00 each!
Not only is the Night Market going to be an amazing community food event, but it’s also all for a good cause! All the proceeds will go to help members of our community gain access to fresh and healthy food through local food programs.
Last year, over $11,000 in funds raised at the Night Market went to benefit the Junction Farmers Market voucher program, administered through the Four Villages Community Health Centre. The vouchers are redeemed at the market – giving equitable access to food for those in need. It’s win-win! More members of our community gain access to healthy local food and our farmers are supported through greater sales.
See below for 2016 participating vendors! More to come.
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Photos from past Night Markets!
Phancy Food draws from different sources of inspiration to make food that is both upscale and playful. The result is scrumptious and witty fare that leaves a lasting impression.
Phancy Food will be bringing to the Night Market: fried chicken nuggets with buttermilk ranch dressing and chilled vermicelli slaw with mango, cucumber, carrot, red pepper and scallion tossed with a sweet soy sesame dressing.
Pasta Tucci makes fresh, handmade, vegan pasta, sauces, pestos and more from fresh, local ingredients. They specialize in delicious, vegan and gluten-free fresh pasta options.
Pasta Tucci will be bringing: vegan pasta salad, vegan pasta balls topped with tomato or roasted pepper sauce, and vegan cauliflower bites with tomato or roasted pepper sauce.
Tapioca Gourmet makes gluten-free crepes from tapioca flour in the Brazilian tradition, cooked on the spot without the use of any oil. They are a tasty and unique treat, filled with local ingredients.
Tapioca Gourmet will be bringing their signature crepes, filled with mushrooms and cheese for us to enjoy at the Night Market.
Located on Roncesvalles, in the heart of the Polish Community for over 30 years, Café Polonez has been serving authentic Polish home-cooked cuisine to Toronto.
Café Polonez will be bringing vegetarian cheddar cheese and potato pierogi served with a polish pickle or rye bread on the side, and Hunters Stew, a heary cabbage stew filled with sausage, pork and mushrooms served with a polish pickle or rye bread on the side.
The Beet is a local Junction café that strives to be an eco-friendly venture. Their mission is to support local farmers by providing fresh, local organic produce, whenever possible.
TC’s Tibetan Momos has been serving Tibetan dumplings at farmers markets since 2013. They prioritize using ingredients from local farmers and serve their momos with homemade hot sauce and pickled cabbage.
TC’s Tibetan Momos will bring their delicious vegetarian or beef momos, hot sauce and pickled cabbage to the Night Market.
A local Junction fish shop and restaurant, Honest Weight sells fresh fish and shellfish.
They will be shucking fresh oysters and serving shrimp rolls at the Night Market this year.
Hogtown Cahrcuterie is dedicated to producing the best tasting artisinal charcuterie possible, using ethically raised animals sourced from small local farms.
They will be bringing charcuterie plates with a selection of their tastiest cured meats.
Cookie Martinez has been devoted to creating delicious recipes since she was a little girl. All her dishes feature Latin twists, and are prepared using the freshest local, and, where possible, organic ingredients.
Cookie Martinez will be bringing Patacones to the Night Market, fried green plantains topped with beef, chicken, or eat it vegetarian or vegan – your choice.
Aphrodite Cooks was formed for people who simply love life and all it has to offer.
They are bringing to the Night Market this year: ginger chicken or cabbage and mushroom potstickers with daikon, carrot and nappa cabbage slaw, and vegetarian sushi.
No. 7 Mexican Hot Sauce blends a Mexican tradition right here in Toronto, taking a family recipe to the next level.
They are bringing Mexican black bean tostadas to serve with their famous hot sauce at the Night Market.
Tuck Shop Kitchen is a Junction triangle staple.
They are bringing to the Night Market: The Tuck Slider – fresh ground brisket, Perth County pork shoulder and smoked backfat w/lettuce, tomato, onion and chimichurri mayo, and a Roast Turkey & Apple 1/2 sandwich – house roasted turkey breast, apple, brie, lettuce, red onion, cranberry mayo, multigrain bread.
La Vizziata is a family-owned and run gelateria and dessert bar in the Junction neighbourhood. They offer items made using old school original recipes that call for natural and real ingredients and skip all the processed stuff. Their gelato is made on site by hand daily in small batches.
They will be bringing their delicious gelato to the Night Market.
The tale of Longslice begins with two young hooligans, brothers Jimmy & John Peat, hailing from Bracebridge, Ontario, with a passion for home brewing.
They are bringing their famous Hopsta la Vista brew plus their Loose Lips Lager to the Night Market.
Based in the west end of Toronto, Great Lakes Brewery is a fiercely independent owned and operated brewery that recently celebrate 29 years in the craft beer business.
Junction Craft Brewing was established in the Junction in 2011. Their mission is to create balanced, flavourful versions of diverse beer styles while sharing a passion for their enjoyment with a wide range of beer drinkers.
They will be bringing to the Night Market their Tracklayers Kolsch, Engineers IPA, West Toronto Weizen, Conductors Craft Ale, and probably 2 more that will be surprises…
High Park Brewery was established in late 2014 by four long time hockey buddies and craft beer lovers in the High Park area. They brew their own beer in small batches using all natural ingredients and traditional brewing methods.
This year they’re returning to the Night Market with their Across the Pond English ale, Off the Leash IPA and Against the Grain golden lager
Rainhard Brewing Company is one of Toronto’s newest breweries, and recent winner of the 2015 Golden Tap Award for ‘Best Newcomer to the Beer Scene’! Rainhard brews out of the Toronto Stockyards district, making quality beer, using only the freshest ingredients.
New to the Night Market this year, they are bringing their Kapow IPA and their Daywalker Session IPA.
Located at College and Dovercourt in Toronto, Folly Brewpub makes Farmhouse beers and pairs them with your favourite comfort foods.
Pommies Cider is crafted from the juice of 100% Ontario apples and pears at their cidery in Caledon. All ciders are gluten free, GMO free, vegan, contain no artificial flavours or colours and are NEVER made from concentrate.
They will be bringing to the Night Market their original Pommies Cider as well as their Farmhouse Cider.
Each of CEDAR’s juices are handcrafted to taste incredible and are pressed with up to 2 lbs of fruits and vegetables. They use cold pressure, instead of high heat to keep the nutrients intact and your juice safe.
They will be bringing to the Night Market their tasty Kaleify, Zest of the Bunch and Root of All Good juices.